Fifth session of project “Security School” starts

Georgia: The fifth season of the project, “Security School”, organized by the Training Center of the State Security Service, has begun. 

The Winter School was solemnly opened by Deputy Head of State Security Service Shengeli Pitskhelauri, Deputy Minister of Justice Tornike Cheishvili, Deputy Minister Of Education, Science and Youth Nodar Papukashvili and Rector of the University of Business and Technology Nino Enukidze. They addressed the participants and wished them success.

Security School” is a project of the State Security Service. His idea is to instill a patriotic spirit in young people and create security awareness. After the completion of the course, students will be given relevant certificates.

29 students with undergraduate and master’s degrees from public and private higher educational institutions in Tbilisi and Georgia were selected to participate in the winter school. The project provides participants with the opportunity to gain information directly from security first responders and leading experts for 2 weeks about national or international threats and various challenges. 

At the same time, students will learn ways to navigate and defend themselves in high-risk situations through a physical training course.

The Winter School of the State Security Service Training Centre is being supported by the EU-funded project “Supporting surveillance on the security sector”, by the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of Education, Science and Youth. “Security School” is hosted by Kvarli Justice Education Center for the fifth time.

Shengeli Pitskhelauri

Shengeli Pitskhelauri has been appointed as a Deputy Head of the State Security Service of Georgia. Before his appointment as a Deputy Head of the State Security Service Shengeli Pitskhelauri was an advisor to Minister of Internal Affairs. Over the years, Shengeli Pitskhelauri occupied different positions in law-enforcement agencies.

Winter School

The winter school offered lectures, seminars, workshops, and field visits to local self-government institutions and organizations. The participants were able to interact with experts, practitioners, and researchers in local self-government and network with fellow students from different universities and countries.

Zurab Kvaratskhelia

Recent Posts

Georgia’s Minister Baghaturia attends Conference in Ashgabat

Joseph Baghaturiab first Deputy Minister of Culture and Sports of Georgia visited Turkmenistan . He…

3 hours ago

Family Sanctity Day celebrated in Telavi

The eight municipalities of the Khaketi region held a joint celebration in Telavi on family…

4 hours ago

Georgian PM invites protesting youth for discussion

The Prime Minister of Georgia invited young protestors for healthy discussion on foreign agents law…

5 hours ago

Georgia celebrates National Clothing Day on May 18

National Clothing Day, which falls on May 18 every year, is celebrated with enthusiasm this…

6 hours ago

Georgia receives 1.3 Million international tourists in the first quarter of 2024

Mariam Kvrivishvili, the Deputy Economy Minister, on Friday claimed that 1.3 million international travelers visited…

7 hours ago

Culture Ministry honors memory of Irakli Gamrekel

The Ministry of Culture and Sports of Georgia honors the memory and immense contribution of…

8 hours ago